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[Top Ten Tuesday] – #84 – Thanksgiving For The Underappreciated

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. I thought this would be a fun way to share a condensed version of potential rambles and thoughts that I have.

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This Week’s Theme:
Thanksgiving For The Underappreciated


Initial Thoughts:

American Thanksgiving marks the beginning to another year of blogging (my blogiversary is around this time-ish). While it’d be lovely to give thanks to every single person, I’mma just take this time to give a shout-out to characters who rarely get thanked.

I’m mainly looking at content I’ve read/seen in 2015.

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[Think Aloud] – #23 – Supporting Characters Are Protagonists Too

Think Aloud explores book-related discussions encompassing reading, writing, blogging, and perhaps newsworthy content. The focus is to push the boundaries, stretch the mind, and encourage dialogue within this community. Let’s all think out loud.

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Table Topic:
Supporting Characters
Are Protagonists Too

Abstract:

A supporting character is their own protagonist but we rarely see them as such.


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[Top Ten Tuesday] – #74 – Characters I Didn’t Click With

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. I thought this would be a fun way to share a condensed version of potential rambles and thoughts that I have.

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This Week’s Theme:
Characters I Didn’t Click With


Initial Thoughts:

The defining characteristics for characters to be “click”-worthy generally involve their presence to make me empathize with their conflict and connect with them on their journey. I don’t have to necessarily enjoy how they act but it’s more asking yourself “is there a sense of coldness or feeling of being in arms-reach to the character” that’s on display here for me to not feel fully invested in their dilemmas.

I will speak of this from two fronts: books and films, as I do, with unpopular opinions abound.


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